Pro-Ag Farmers Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and rural customers with quality products, marketing, and friendly service at competitive prices that will enhance producer profitability and keep Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative financially strong and growing.

 

NEW PHONE NUMBERS

Brandon and Garfield have updated their phone #s 

Brandon Agronomy - (320) 391-0600

Brandon Grain - (320) 391-0610

Garfield - (320) 391-0620

 


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Free Price Later on Soybeans & Wheat, Starting on new Deliveries  1-22-24, Grain storage will start on Aug 1st, 2024 if grain is not priced. Thanks!

Rye cash price is  $ 6.50

Parkers Prairie is unable to receive spring wheat until after fall harvest. 9-14-23

Pro-Ag will not buy grain after 1:15  going forward 12-6-23

 

 


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Ag Market Commentary


Hogs Look to Rebound from Monday’s Losses
Lean hog futures posted losses of 77 cents to $2.60 on Monday. The USDA National Base Hog price reported at $86.64 on Monday afternoon, up 60 cents from the previous day. The CME Lean Hog Index was down another 23 cents at $90.32 on June 20. Typical seasonal strength has...
Cattle Shift Focus to Tuesday Trade
Live cattle futures posted mixed action on Monday, with front months held up by the cast market and closing 17 cents to $1.67 higher. Other contracts were anywhere from 27 cents lower to a dime higher. Cash trade was slow to develop last week, as late sales rolled in a...
Corn Falling Despite Drop in Conditions
Corn prices are falling another 5 to 6 cents on Tuesday morning. Futures firmed late on Monday, though the nearbys were still fractionally to 1 ½ cents lower. Deferreds starting with September ’25 were up 1 to 5 cent on the day. The market was for the most part ignoring...
Soybeans Selling the Fact on Lower Conditions
Soybeans are posting 6 to 8 cent lower trade to start the Tuesday session in a form of buy the rumor, sell the fact type of reaction. They saw some bull spreading on Monday, as front months were up 10 to 14 ¾ cents, as 2025 contracts and beyond were...
Wheat Mixed to Start Tuesday
The wheat complex is trading mixed this morning, with MPLS spring wheat holding up. Prices pulled off the lows into the Monday close, led by the HRW contracts. Kansas City futures closed with the front months fractionally higher and other contracts down 1 to 2 ¾ cents. Chicago contracts were...
Cotton Pushing Higher on Tuesday Morning
Cotton prices are up 38 to 76 points so far on Tuesday. They were up triple digits on Monday, with contracts up 104 to 123 points in the front months. Monday was First Notice Day (FND) for deliveries against July contract futures, which means no limits, and that contract was...

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